Origin of blonde
Related formsblonde·ness, noun
Can be confusedblond blonde (see usage note at the current entry)
Examples from the Web for blonde
One guy hams it up as Juliet, blonde wig and all, as a crowd gathers, delighted by the impromptu performance.
Blonde kids named Kyle and Zack cheered on Los Doyers while wearing jerseys with “Valenzuela” on the back.
For me at least, the singer and the songs on Blonde on Blonde and Highway 61 Revisited are indivisible.
A few were rock songs of roughly the same vintage as Highway 61 or Blonde on Blonde.
The fact that she was the author of a popular blog called The Blonde Vegan also compelled her to stick to the rigid lifestyle.Orthorexia: When Healthy Eating Becomes an Obsession|DailyBurn|October 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The blonde descended the ladder, and her face, her hands, and her walk betrayed that she was vexed.Dr. Dumany's Wife|Mr Jkai
A blonde girl was reading in earnest, timid tones the minutes of the previous meeting.The Pretty Lady |Arnold E. Bennett
My hair is blonde like Orrin's, and her feelings stood confessed, never more to be mistaken by me.The Old Stone House and Other Stories|Anna Katharine Green
Miss Fancy was a blonde, much younger than Eliza; also slimmer and more finickingly and luxuriously dressed and jewelled.Mr. Prohack|E. Arnold Bennett
She was a blonde, pleasant-mannered enough, but short of stature.The Memoirs of Madame de Montespan, Complete|Madame La Marquise De Montespan